problem about the pick off dollar

Discussion in 'UPS Union Issues' started by eplaner, Apr 4, 2012.

  1. eplaner

    eplaner New Member

    so im a loader and i haven't pass the pickoff test but i can pickoff. i don't always pickoff, i just do it when its needed, last week i picked off on one of the day. so i should get that dollar for that day only right?. my pay is at 9.50 right now so i should get 10.50 an hour for the hour i worked that day. but when i receive the paycheck it dosen't show 10.50 for the hours i worked.
    my timesheet has a
    "HPO" in front instead of a "LOA" it has happened TWICE
    That is payrolls fault or the managements fault
    if its payrolls fault why always do that..
    first time happened, i told my full time sup and he added extra time for me.
  2. cachsux

    cachsux Wah

    If you do pickoff in the forest and no one see's you do it does it still pay more?
  3. eplaner

    eplaner New Member

    if they asked to do so, then u get paid an extra dollar if haven't got
    for at least 15minute while picking off
  4. part_timer

    part_timer New Member

    If you have not passed the pick off test for that belt than you are not "skilled" , so, no to the pay difference. Pass the Test and no problems with the hourly rate.
  5. UnsurePost

    UnsurePost making the unreadable unreadabler

    um, no.

    jmo forget the "skilled pay" ...that is mgmt mumbo jumbo. If you aren't skilled you maybe shouldn't be doing a skilled job? which, is the case here.

    I would suggest to OP, look into your local supplement for details. Talk with a steward in your work area. Here in NE, if you work a position that pays a higher rate, you are paid that higher rate for all hours worked in the day/night.

    The idea is that the FT supervisor coded the OP a loader or whatever generic "unskilled" position that makes his numbers look correct. That is how you are paid. Chances are this is a very basic example of the underlying dishonesty at UPS.